Old Period Ads

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Local Paper Dealer Ad - 7th December 2000
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Interesting ad Martin. Long after mini production had ceased, Rover had hundreds of Mini's lined up at their car storage facility at Upper Heyford. There were still many hundreds left up there after they had done financially lucrative deals with the dealerships to get rid of the stockpiles. And a year after production ceased, you could STILL buy a new old mini. No wonder they couldn't sell them......., the NEW mini was in the showrooms.

To think that when I went to buy one, the sales 'associate' told me that they were selling like hot cakes. Not round here they weren't......, not at Rover prices!
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